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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 4 September 1862

PLiMO jr- - r" . -. . - J o WEEKLY n n "HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWED BT INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN.1 VOLUME 3 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1862. NUMBER 32 WHOLE No. 3 . DEM OCR A v i 1 I . I i v.u$t:tcs;$i gircctovi?. II. IS. Time Tiillo.s. 2., Fl. V. & C. R. U. Time Table. SPRING AND SUYMEit ARRANGEMENT ErlRTCRE OF TRAINS FROM PLVMOCTII 8TATIOX EASTWARD B UXD TRAINS. IXaT Express and Mail- 10:35 A.M. Niiiht Exprc.?, 11:10 r. M at -tock,. ...................... ,o;4u P. iM. Live Stock and Ex. Frci-rht 11:5 P. M. Local Freight 12:30 P.M. westward b uxd tkaixs. Piy I.'xjmv-ss and y'M, 5:15 P. M V TU . t.zl) AI L'c:' IVri-ht 3:35 P. M. .S.U. EDWA'iDS, Agent K. Time Table. SUMMER A R Ii VVCEMENT. EASTWARD Leave La Port-?, dailyf (Sundays Excepted,)) " Arrive at Plymouth, .V..7;C0 A.M ,S:55 A. M. WESTWARD. Leave Plymouth.. . Arrive at La Porte. 5:49 P. M. . 7:30 P. M. Trains run by La IVrte time, which is kept at FI. Vail Jew Ir...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 4 September 1862

VOLUME 3 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER. 32 THE PLV .OliTlI DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT i. r. VAWAi.KiixnrnGii. J. G. OSBORNE. ::::::::::: Editor. PI.Y3IOUTII, IXDIAXA: Thitday, September 4tli, 1802. DBMOCÜATIC STATE TICKET. FOR sECRtTlRT OF STATE, JAMES S. ATHON, OF MARION. FOl ri'IToROP STATE, JOSEPH RISTINE, OF FOUNTAIN. rH Ti.EAsrRERor state, MATTHEW L. BRETT, F DAVIESS. r.H 11TOENET bINtlAl, OSCAR R. HORD, OF DEC TCR. scp't prB. i?TBrrrioN, SAMUEL L. RUGG, OF ALLEN. democratic District TicKct. EOtt CONGRESS, DAVID TUR PIE, of White County. FOR SENATOR HORACE CORBIN FOR REPRESENTATIVE, M. A O PACKARD. m.,cratii; - mity Ticket. ALEXANDER "'C. THOMPSON. Ttnt TREASURER, DANIEL O. QUIVEY. FOR SHERIFF, HENRY M. LOGAN. FOR COMMISSIONER CENTRAL DISTRICT, WILLIAM GARRISON. FOR COMMISSIONER SOUTHERN DISTRICT, JOHN IL VÖRIES. M. A. 0. Packartl, Democratic Caodi dato for Representative will address his fellow c'rizens, on tliG Political issues of the day, at the following places: A...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 4 September 1862

VOLUME 3. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 32. UUU11I ULJIUIU öcrlxcr.si (Column. gardtrarf. Sanluarr. Local a?;d Miscellaneocs. I E Vä::VäLKE::BURGH, : : Editor There will be Democratic Club Meeting at the Y .keU school House in tlitr north put of Union Tovnshi: . en S.Murd.ty evening, Sept. Oth, at ear- Tie.v vih be Democratic Meeting at Mc-Clu-!.i.et V t'e'.oid II. use, in North Township, on 'Saturdiy evening August Cth, lw62. This mestin.r will take the place of th one here tofore1 announced lor Friday eve., at Kairmount. Wheat is now worth from 55 to t8 cents m this suaikct. We ca! the attention of those wishing employ ment to the ailvertijcmet.N o. Mr. T MeDonaM. he ha a job or ditching and gradir. , and the build ing of ft school house, to let, for whuh the cash will be paid on the completion of tht work. There will he a meeting of th M u.-h-Jl Coun tv Agricultural Soei' v, a thf Court House, next Saturday afternoon. Ocn judicious and highly esteemed friend, J . ?cott, i ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 4 September 1862

NUMBER 32. VOLUME 3. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. it endpapers. Daily and "vVeskly lBIAl STATE SEXTLXEL. 1881-2. "Here let the press the peop'e'a lights maintain, Unawed hy influence and unbought by gain." -ÄlÄITHE SIGN OF THE Aa it . u nt un:it.tne ?e U!IKl w m cumi"u to advocate those principles and measures v.hich are bet calculated to advance the nppiness, the prosperity and the freedom of the people liom all r,;.t nil unnecessary restraint?. W bile cheer- U1JH- w 1 I I fuilv sustaining the Government as loyal citizens j should, the Sentinel will vigilantly watch nil en- j croachments upon popular rights and the true pnn- j ciples of constitutional libei ty. The lreedum ot speech and the freedom of tl e press are necessary to preserve and secure free institutions. W hen these are struck down, no matter what may be the apology therefor, from that Jay dates the Mine of Ar 5 p liberty. In order to form a more nerfe rar mr ot wil as rtr- It supr th i, establish just-ce, insure oom....

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 11 September 1862

1 m none si nos.-une u:jio. in im ;imiu,iir , - - . cuiiiii'e ii 10 k liäie. r 'r m oun - ich.. i. . n. i ... -v. i i .. I D in T, 7 j x ill J JPjX' "HERE LET THE PRESS Til E PEOPLE'S RIGIITU MAINTAIN; ÜIIAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UN BOUGHT BY GAIN." VOLUME 3 NEW SERIES. PIAMOUTII, INDIANA, THÜ11SDAY, SEPTEMBKBU, 1862. NUMBER 33 WHOLE Xo. 137. HTT WE T T TT DEMOCRAT. f LIjI ill a Li- ;; : t : i ;A Ii 4 i :t-M Tili If (;.:m.'. ' j ; a . . ? Of : .- r . Il . 7 "A" K i) r.'U Dv Fx'--- uii i Vi . .. Ni'- K. x Fu V. . - . . . Local hr ; : ... n r." a : (( v . . . . .0 i'. M D.r Iitv -.. j : : ; Ni; 'if V. -. . ... Lo - i f. - . .,- t SsZ i i . . - - . .r p. v, i : i . i i ) A . -'i n? e v. J. v t;. ?r. v.j-i sum i c. i: a r i; n g t: m e. " r. E ' 1 WAl.n. i. y i AriT-- at P. . ;u i.e-irp r -1 An;r,' J . i T. : - . F. V . f th ir. r . F :. v .v.-) r. : .. 7: tl f. Vi .. - !.-.: - - .j .1. i 1 v .- .Al l' '' i. . l'i.i N! !..:: H'.rneri N.j;.. i'.. i.niui'M. M- r,. Ind.. r"eti-e :a 1- 1 1 ! ....

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 11 September 1862

VOLUME 3 THE PLYMOU T II WEEKLY D E M OCKA T. NUMBER. 33 T11E PLLlQliTll DE31MRAT. fOIUSHKt) WCEKLT it D. i:. VAWALKKVIUltCH. J. Q. OSBORNE, ::::::::::: Editot. PLYMOUTH, BADIAXA: day, September 11th, 1862. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. r S CHITM.T T TAT, JAMES S. ATHON, OF MARIuX. roa AcruT.- or tYari, JOSEPH KIST1NE. of fountain. rom tbascei or ktate. MATTHEW L. BRETT, of dv:ess. o TTUR'T GENERAL, OSCAll 13. HOKD. OF DECATUR. f'T FC. INSThtrCTIO. SAMUEL L. RÜGO. OF ALLEN. Democratic District Ticket. EOR CONGRE'tt, DAVID TURP1E. of White County. FOR SENAT' 'R HORACE CORBIN FOR REPRESEN 3 AT I VE, M. A. O. PACKARD. Democratic c'ounty Ticket. Für AUDITOR, ALEXANDER C. '1HOMPSON. FOR TREASURER, DANIEL ü. QU1VEY. rort SHERirr, HENRY M. LOGAN. F R C'.'MMI&SI'NER CENTRAL DISThlCT, WILLIAM GARRISON. f ox commissioner southern district, JOHN II. ORIES. I FT. ASSESSOR--CENTER TOWNSHIP. ELI Ah J A CO BY. M. - " i 1 TA . f A . A. U. Pactani, Democratic Cana d.ve for Representative will addtes ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 11 September 1862

YOLÜStfi 3. THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. KUMBEfi 33.' PLYMOUTH TUB DEMOCRAT.! Local AXT Ml$CÖLLACEot$. D. E. VANVAiKE tBJÄrJä. . iailorj - i Wheat U tow tatth iW 83 to t cc&U m this market. Mr. EfttUM Moo, bf thli olac. hi ptifrhU edthe rllittu msnufaetur fchd ffell, ! thiS find lereril of tile adjolhiib fountie MfcTHfc&Rk eiebräied Patent Spinnir .MaShingt ThiS rti1 ehihe ted It ib Dr9t premium at the last U. 3. Filr, and" waSjaStlyeotitlc'd ts it; we law it iu operation yefiefAij; ä"d weite astohislhed at the -sirtiplilitl or ill tnarhihery and the rapidity with which it does iW workione Kian, with thi mathine, r:ti!f noh'g th wofa of four fast Spinner, Working witfl the old fa?beDe(i wheel. Recruiting; MSsfi. A. EoaLk?f or änd E, fc. Shöo liate" authority from Got. Morton rAi-e Company ot Volunteers in th- 9th CYhrton.-?! Putfie't. fce for the Prafi. All meti eniWin..' with them will iie credited to the County from which tr e.; are re cruited. Me. Ecoi.st ah 1 ?m-v-Ä rf" etergeti...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 11 September 1862

VOLUME 3. THE PLYMOUTH W K M H rA A C 11 NUMB Lit ,-v t Daily and Weekly KIHIXA ST.5TE SENTINEL. ZLOOX-Q. Here let ;ho ?rss the neop'e'tj iiht3 maintain, Oniwvd !v ü.'r.ience and unbought by gala." The Dailnd Weekly State Sentinel are the -.E.'iiz ;J rjin of the Democracy of Indiana. - .t has in the past. th Sentinel will continue to lovoe.ite those principles and mea-ures which are best calculated to advance the 'Rppiness, the prosperity and the freedom of the people from all j uniust ai.d mint cessir restraints. WhiU cheer- ( fully 8U3-,aInin the Government aa loyal citizewa should, the Sentinel will vigilantly watch all en croachments upon popular rights and the true prin ciples of c. nt itutioual liberty. The freedom of neeh an I the f-eedom of the prepare necessary o preserve and secure free institution. When h -c ure struck down, no matter what may be the upolov therefor, fr m that day date- th" de-!ine of American liberty. In order to form a more perfect union. establish just...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 18 September 1862

PLYMOUT DEMOCRAT, HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UN AWED BY ' INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN rf k J f t I i i i J i u Vt 3 i if i VOLUME a NEW SERIES. Business Birwtovtt. 1?. 11. Time Tsillo. r., W. A C. !J. It. Time Table SPUING AND SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Ef '.RTORE OF TtlAlNS FROM PLVMOCTH STATION. EASTWARD BOUND TRAINS. Dat Expreß and Mail 10:3. A.M. Ni-ht Exrrci3, H:l P- FastStok 5:1' r. M. Live Stock and Ex. Freight 11:50 P. M. Local FreiRht 12:30 P.M. WESTWARD BOUND TRAINS. Day f'trre and Mail,.. 5:11 P.M. Nifjht V. re ::15 . M. Local Fre"iit 1:05 A.M. Fast Freight ::?: P. M. S. R. EDWARDS, Agent C. P. V V. tl. II. Time Table. S U M M ER A R RA NG EM ENT. EASTWARD Leave La Porte. d f (Sunthvs Excepted,? 7:00 A. M Arrive at Plymouth, 8:5 A. M. WESTWARD. Leave Plvmonth 5:10 r. M. Arrive at La Porte 7::i0 P. M. Trains run by I.i Porte time, which is kept at E. Vails. Jeelrv ptore, r.nl is 15 minutes s'ower than P., Ft. W. i C. It. R. time. 11. R. DRULlXER.Supt. REV...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 18 September 1862

VOLUJIE 3 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER. 34 TUB PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. FUBLISHED WEEKLY BT I). E. VAWALIiEXBlRfiH. . J. O. OSBORNE, ::::::::::: Editor. I'LIMOtTIl, INDIANA: Thursday, September 18tb, 18C2. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, mm r.cmETRY or statk, JAMES S. ATHON, OF MARION. FOB ACMTomor STATK, JOSEPH RISTINE, OF FOUNTAIN. rOB TBtAOrtEAOr STATE, MATTHEW L. BRETT, OF DAVIESS. FOB ATTOKflT G1XEBAL, OSCAK B. HORD, OF DECATUR. rr'T rvm. itcctiow, SAMUEL L. RUGO, OF ALLE. Democratic District Ticket. EOR CONG RES?, DAVID TURPIE, of White County. FOR SEXATOR HORACE CORBIN FOR REPRS9ENSATIVE, M. A. O. PACKARD. Democratic County Ticket. For ACT)ITO, ALEXANDER C. THOMPSON. FOR TREASl'RKR, DANIEL O. QUIVEY. FOR SHERIFK, HENRY M. LOGAN, FOR COMMISSIONER CENTRAL D13TWCT, WILLIAM GARRISON. F R COMMISSIONER SOUTHERN DISTRICT, JOHN H. VÖRIES. FOR ASSESSOR CENTER TOWNSHIP, ELIAS JACOBY. PUBLIC sfeakiac;. M. A. O. Prtckanl, Democratic Cand dtte for Representative will address his feüow citizens...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 18 September 1862

NUMBER 138. VOLUME 3. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. THE DEMOCRAT. Local and Miscellaneous. D. E. VANVALKENBUROH, : : Editor Whe.it is now worth from 83 to 83 cents in this maiket. Apology, We are sorry to be compelled to do so, but cir cumt.ices over which we h:ive no control, force u to apologize lor tlie small amount of reading matter we place before our readers this week. One of our printers is sick and unable to work at all, and another unable to work over half the time; end it being impossible to procure other help, we are compel ed to do the best we can, at present, and promise better things hereafter. We have been crowded with Job work and short of help, lience changes we propose to make ia the Demo crat are yet unmade, and we have to ask our pat rona to be Datient with us: we will como out all right. We do not kuow at what hour the Comet may now bt seen, but we do know the best time to see a greater curiosity is about 8 o'clock in the morn ing, the best place to 6ce it is on...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 18 September 1862

VOLUME 3. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 138. iUwrupaycrj Daily and Weekly INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. .Icreletthe preg the people' rights maintain, Cnawed Wy influence and unbought bj gain." The Daily andWeeklv State Sentinel are the econizvl organs of the Democracy of Indiana. As " it has in the past, the Sentinel will continue to advocate those principles and measures which are best calculated to advance the tappiness, the prosperity and the freedom of the people trom all unjust and unnecessary restraints. While chcer fullv sustaining the Government as loyal citizess should, the Sentinel will vigilantly watch all en croachments npon popular rights and the true prin ciples of constitutional liberty. The treedom of speech and the freedom of the press are necessary to preserve and secure free institutions. U hen the-e re struck down, no matter what may be the a.lo v tht refor, from that day dates the decline of meric:n hbertv. In order to form a more rv-rfect union, establish just...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 25 September 1862

PLTMOUT "WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UIIAWBD BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN. HERE LET VOLUME 3 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1862. NUMBER 35 WHOLE No. 139. il f 4 giustacjsis lHvcctont. 1J. 12. Timo TiilloK. P., Fl. XV. & C. K. R. Time Table. SPRING AND SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. ErtATCRE OF TRAINS FROM PLYMOUTH STATION. EASTWARD BOUND TRAINS. Day Express and Mail 10:35 A.M. Nicht Expreß, p- M- Fast Stock 5:40 P.M. Lire Stock and Ex. Freight, ll:-0 P. M. Local Freight, 12:30 P.M. WESTWARD BOUND TRAIN'S. Dar Express and Mail, 5:15 P.M. Niht K'v res :15 A.M. Local Frei-hi 4:05 A.M. Fast Freight, 3:35 P.M. S.R. EDWAKDS, Agcut C. r. & C. K. It. Time Table. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. EASTWARD. Lfave La Porte, daily? 7;()0 A M (Sundays Excepted,)) Arrive at Fly mouth, 8:55 A. M. WESTWARD. Leave Plvoionth 5:40 P. M. Arrive at La Porte 7:::0 P. M- Trains run bv La Porte time, which is kept at E. Vail Jewelrv store, ami is 15 minute slower t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 25 September 1862

VOLUME 3 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER. 35 m PliLiOUTH DEMERIT, fcblibhed weeüLV Br I. l VAXVALKEXBtltC-II. 'r i - i 1 ii I J. 0. OSBORNE, ::::::::::: Editor. PLYMOUTH, IXDIAXA: Thursday, September 25th, 1802 V.L. V DEMOCRATIC STATU TICKET. FOB SJCRETABT bf STA7, JAMES S. ATHON, OF MARIO. F1.1 ICI'lTol OF i-TATI, JOSEPH KISTINE. Or FOUNTAIN. Po THttric:or tat. MATTHEW L. BRETT, OF D1VIESS. rU ATTOBBCT filMUl, OSCAK B. HORD. OF DECATUR. srr'T Pl'B. ISiThtCTlOK, SAMUEL L. RUGO. OF ALLEN. democratic District Ticket. ZOK CONGRESS, DAVID TURPIE, of White County. FOR CIRCUIT PROSEEUTOR, JAMES BRADLEY, of Laporte County. FOR DISTRICT PROSECCTCR, R. L. FA tt NSW ORTH, ol St. Joser b. FOR SENATOR HORACE CORB1N F"F. REPRESENS ATI VE, M. A. O. PACKARD. t;em jcratic bounty Ticket. For AUDITOR, ALEXANDER C. THOMPSON. FOR TREASURER, DANIEL O. QUIVEY. FOR SHERIFF, HENRY M. LOGAN. FOR COMMISSIONER CENTRAL DISTRICT, WILLIAM GARRISON. FOR C'MMI3I"NER 3UTIIERN DISTRICT, JOHN II. VÖRIES. F' R AS...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 25 September 1862

VOLUME 3. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 139. H i f iI-fI? A UijjlUlliA 1 . Local and Miscellaneous. D. E V V ALKE v BURGH. : Editor WI.vji is now worth from S i to c'5 cvntd in this market . There will b services at St. . homos' Church in this place on Sunday next Messrs. Davidson and Co., advertise i to-day's paper. They have a very large and complete stock of Dry Goods asd Clothing on hand, an elegatt store room and attentive clerks. Such an estab lishment is :i credit to our place. Messrs. Ecgleston and Shook are authorized to reeroit their company for the twelve months ser vice, and we understand are meeting with good success. A number of our citizens have; we are informed; subscribed a special County for the Company, which will probably reach ten dollars apiece lor the men The boys will receive re cruits in this place forabouta week jet. RcYidiYti. We are informed that the Branch of the Sank of the State of Indiana belonging to this place, has been purchased by a gent'wm...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 25 September 1862

NUMBER 139.; VOLUME 3 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. Daily and Weekly IXDIANA STATE SENTINEL. 1861-2. Here let the press the peop'e'a rights maintain, tnawed Vy iuEucncc and unbought by gain." The Pailj ami Weekly State Sentinel are the cognized organs of the Democracy of Indiana. A i'. has in the past, the Sentinel will continue to advocate thosj principles anl measures which are best calculated to advance the tappiness, the prosperity and the freedom of the people from all unjust and unnecessary restraints. While chcer fullv sustaining the Government as loyal citizeas should, the Sentinel will vigilantly watch all en croachments upon popular rights and the true prin ciples of constitutional liberty. The freedom of speech and the freedom of the press are necessary to preserve and secure free institutions. When these are struck down, no matter what may be the apolo"V therefor, from that day dates the decline of American Hbcrtv. In order to form a more perfect union, establish justice...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 2 October 1862

1 TMOUTH DEM OCR A HERE Z.ET THE PRESS the PEOPLE'S RIOHT MAINTAIN; UNA WED BT INFLUENCE AND U NB 0 DO BT BY GAIN." VOLUME 3 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1862. NUMBER 3t5 WHOLE Xo. 140. PI -IT JLj WEEKLY f I i I s i t i i Qu$nt!& JHrrrtortf. 1. I. Time Tables. P., Ft. XV. A C. R. R. Time Tabic. SPRING AND SU.VIMER ARRANGEMENT. If'RTCRE OF TRAINS FROM PLTMOCTH STATION EASTWARD BOUND TRAINS. D:r Exp.- and Mail 10:33 AVfr Nl'J't Ks.wc .-t-.J.IOP. M. rasi S.iu-k 5:10 P. M. Live S:.irfc :ui.i U. Freight, 11:50 P. M Loci I re 12:30 T.M. WESTWARD B'l'XD TRAINS. Tiy lit press aud Mail, 5:15 P.M. Nu it Ks res- :13 . M. Luc.il Freight ". 4:05 A.M. Fast Frei;: S.R.EDWA CDS, Agent C. I. A V. R. R. Time Tabic. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. EASTWARD. Lave La Porte, daMrf (.Sund.tvs Excentcd,' ' 7:00 A.M Arrive at Plymouth, 8:55 A. M WESTWARD. Leave rivniomh 5: 10 P. M. Arrive at La Porte 1:0 P. M. Trains rnn bv ,: Porte tinic, winch is kept at K. V.iily Jtwoli v iure, -ind is 15 ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 2 October 1862

VOLUME THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER. 36 TIIlT PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. FVBLI3HED WEEKLY BY i. r. VAXVAI.KKXBLKSI. J. G. OSBORNE, ::::::::::: Editor. X'lOIOLTH, IXDIAXA Thursday, October 2, 1802. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOB 8FCRETRT CT STATE, JAMES S. ATIION. OF MARION. FOR ACDITOE OF KTATK, JOSEPH IUSTINE, OF FOUNTAIN. 'FOR TRCASCREK Or 8TATI, MATTHEW L. BRETT, OF DWIE38. FOR ATTÜBMKT GENEIAI., OSCAR B. IIORD. OF DKCATUU. SIP'T PUB.INSTKrCTIOH, SAMUEL L. IiUGG, OF ALLEN. FOR SUPREME COl'RT REPORTER, M. C. KERR, democratic District Ticfcc!. FOR CONGRESS, )AVID TURl'IE, of White County. FOR CIltCUIT PROPEEUTOR, AMES BRADLEY, of Lapurte County. FOR DISTRICT PROSECtTCR, . L. FA11NSW OliTH, oi Su Joseph. FOR SENATOR HORACE CORBIN KOR KEPRE8EN3ATIVE, M. A. O. PACKARD. democratic County Ticket. TOT AUDITOR, ALEXANDER C. 1IIOMPSON. FOR TREASURER, DANIEL O. QU1VEV. FOR SHERIFF, HENRY M. LOGAN. FOR COMMISSIONER CENTRAL DISTRICT, WILLIAM GARRISON. JR COMMISSIONER SOUTHERN DISTRICT, JOHN II....

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 2 October 1862

VOLUME G. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT NUMBER 140. THE DEMOCRAT. Local and Miscellaneous. D. E. VANVALKENBURGH, : : Editor E Ionic Industry. We li ve been shown a specimen of Mapl sugar manufactu-ed by -Air. Arthur Bland, of Tip pecanoe towwslr'p, in this county, which is "hard t beat." Mr. B's method in m iking it 13 to place th wax in a wooden Teasel with hole bored in it, and the drippings form the sugar, The spe cimen we have have seen is Cnc'y-grained blight sind sparkhng, cf delicious flavor, and fully equal to unv imnoited Brown su;ar. 'Ihe Importe County Fair is to be held at La hore on the cth Dth and 1 0th days of this month, tb e citizens ofMaishnll County aie invited to at tend. TlieC. P. & C. R. R. Co., will run an ex cursion train up and back, every day dining the Fair. We loam tint ihe piocccds of the Fair will b doubled to the Soldier' Aid Fund. A good oppo. :-trtv for patriotic enjoyment. The Stores of Messrs. S. and M.and A. Beck er will be closed en next Satur...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 2 October 1862

VOLUME 3. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 140. Daily and Weekly INDIANA STATE SENTINEL IWelti-i'-a ! ri tl e pcopV lights maintain, Unawcl U in.lVr.ee and unboughi by gain." p,. U, acd VcLSr State Sentinel are the eco,'ni e-t örg.;n of tVe Democracy of Indiana. Asi; V :! t !"r' '-he Sentinel will conti1 to C-3 principles -.nl measures which arc i t niouV.e'l io adduce th; 1 appines, th pro' c:itr t.A ti. li?o-lon of tue people Irora all unii, -1 ' ."iczw-xr ic-tnint3. While cheer full -. t'i Government m loyal ciiizeBS elir.ii!.:. t' .-r.iinol ill vigilantly watch, all en croach 'eel' upon popular ri-hts a id the true prin-' ciplc sf :ctilulioiial liberty. The freedom of apec, -ith? l.eedoui of the presare necessary to wt ' ? inl s'cui I" rffl institutions. Wlien the- ! !rc .-truck do, ro matter what may he the ipoloay tVie'oi from that .lay dates the decline f Ar.cvtf aa i'.berty. In order to form a mo-e perfect mion. o-u'3iish justice, injure doniesi'c j tranivdiiT, provide f...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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